Remember when Charlotte Church used to be a cute little girl who sang opera? Charlotte is all grown up now and knocked up with her second baby for her soccer playing baby daddy. A few years ago Charlotte decided to ditch the opera and become Britney Spears when she released her pop single "Crazy Chick." Charlotte has copied the whole Britney Spears baby making move but her singing career hasn't gone anywhere. American Idol creator Simon Cowell promises that two young opera singers from Britain's Got Talent will be stars including a girl who he predicts will be the next Charlotte Church.
He has already expressed his desire to work with Faryl Smith, the 12-year-old soprano, describing her voice as "one in a million".And he has made no secret of his admiration for the voice of Andrew Johnston, the 13-year-old choirboy who defied the bullies to perform on the show.Cowell is in talks with the parents of both young singers, but it is Escala who are closest to signing a big money deal, according to insiders.They will be signed to his record label, Syco, a division of music giant Sony BMG. source
A message to fans was posted on her official website.
Charlotte Church and Gavin Henson are delighted to announce that they are expecting another baby. The couple are thrilled, as are their immediate families.Meanwhile, Charlotte has confirmed that she will fulfill her commitment to Channel 4 to present the third series of The Charlotte Church Show in July and August of this year.
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The couple, whose daughter Ruby was born in September, are said to be 'delighted' by the news. The baby is due in November but the star has vowed to press ahead with the filming of the third series of her chat show this summer. A statement published on Ms Church's official website said the couple were "delighted" to announce a second baby is on the way.
The statement said: "The couple are thrilled, as are their immediate families."
The 22-year-old, formerly known for her love of partying, has appeared to settle down since starting her family.
Speculation about a possible pregnancy was fuelled when Church was pictured looking particularly curvaceous.
She recently backed a campaign to encourage mothers to breast-feed.
She and Henson, 26, live in a spacious small-holding near Bridgend in South Wales.
Her mum Maria, 41, said: "People think Charlotte still loves nightclubs, but she is so much happier at home."
Church will continue as host of Channel 4's The Charlotte Church Show in July and August of this year.
Henson has missed the wales tour to South Africa with an ankle injury. source